King Bonk, an armchair and footstool by designers Fredrikson Stallard, will be on show at David Gill Galleries during the London Design Festival this September. squkingbonk_fredriksonstall.jpg The form was generated by tying upholstery foam with string. The final shape was carved from polystyrene with a chainsaw. 3kingbonk_fredriksonstallar.jpg â€œIt took us a year to find the perfect curves, and we did that by hand,â€Ã¯Â¿Â½ says Ian Stallard. â€œThis piece has never been anywhere near a computer.â€Ã¯Â¿Â½ 5kingbonk_fredriksonstallar.jpg Made from fibreglass, the chairs will be produced in a limited edition. Photographs by Thomas Brown/David Gill Galleries. The following information is from David Gill Galleries: â€“ FREDRIKSON STALLARD â€“ KING BONK David Gill Galleries is delighted to announce an exhibition of new work by Fredrikson Stallard which will open during the London Design Festival 08. From 15 September until 19 October, at David Gillâ€™s primary space in Loughborough Street, SE11 the exhibition will feature Patrik Fredrikson and Ian Stallardâ€™s latest design, the King Bonk chair and footstool. The shape of this sculptural piece with its reflective finish was derived from tying up upholstery foam with string, and named after the biggest marble in the school playground. The original full-size form was carved with a chainsaw in polystyrene. The limited edition collection will be on show at the gallery throughout the festival. The chair is available in four paint colours, which were created by Bentley: black/green, black/cobalt blue, black/gold and black/violet. The exhibition promises to offer up a dramatic play of light, colour and reflection. More work by Fredrikson Stallard will be on show at DavidGillâ€™s Fulham Road gallery. Fredrikson Stallard Armchair â€˜King Bonkâ€™ 2008 Material: fibreglass with dichroic paint Chair H 88 x W 100 x L 95cm Editions David Gill, limited to 8 + 2AP + 2P â€“
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